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Secondary schools in Sutton

This is an alphabetical list. The columns show the proportion of pupils attaining five or more good GCSEs and equivalents at the end of Key Stage 4 including English and maths, the Level 2 contextual value added (CVA) score, the average A/AS-level and equivalent points and the Level 3 CVA.

Click the name of an institution for a page detailing its performance.

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School Sort by GCSE % Level 2 CVA Sort by A/AS average points Level 3 CVA
Carshalton Boys Sports College 36 1025.8 490.1 997.9
Carshalton College NA NA 506.9 1033
Carshalton High School for Girls 42 995.7 668 1009.1
Cheam High School 54 1023.8 739.9 1003.1
Glenthorne High School 63 1032.3 715.7 1018
Greenshaw High School 63 1008.6 716.6 1006.1
The John Fisher School 72 1004.6 733.6 1029
Nonsuch High School for Girls (SEL) 100 1013 1125.2 954.8
Overton Grange School 54 1006.9 829.5 996.2
St Philomena's School 84 1011.6 858.7 1017.3
Stanley Park High School 39 1022.6 550.2 994.9
Stowford College (IND) SS NA NA NA
Surrey Hills School (IND) SS NA SS SS
Sutton Grammar School for Boys (SEL) 100 1009.1 996.3 956.6
Sutton High School (IND) 0 NA 919.8 1017.3
Wallington County Grammar School (SEL) 100 1012.1 1074.6 1003.1
Wallington High School for Girls (SEL) 99 1002.6 888.5 997.3
Wilson's School (SEL) 100 1026.1 1202.6 999


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